András Hegedűs

1 karmaJoined Dec 2022


I am sorry but this article is naive at best and misleading at worst. Crickets lifecycle is extremely short, they can live a full life cycle before processing, unlike humans starving to death and butchered livestock. These deaths can not and should not be compared by any metrics. It is very comfortable to judge solutions to world hunger from the ebony tower, where it is thought wise to shred a tear over crickets than humans in need of nurturing.

Also the more I think about it, linking the value of life to neurons is a slippery slope.

Despite all of that, most of the policy suggestions are great.